1.25.16 NC Nonprofit News
Global Endowment Management Foundation grants $10,000 to Heart Math Tutoring, Chef D'Arcy Letourneau visits Durham Rescue Mission, Genesis United Methodist Church to host fundraiser for Dorcas Ministries, Charles H. Revson Foundation president discusses foundation's quest to rescue libraries, and more.
Arts slammed by tough economy
The recession hit the arts hard, with a national gauge of the arts falling in 2009 to its lowest point, and posting its biggest decline, in 12 years.
Fewer companies supporting the arts
The economic slide has led to fewer U.S. companies making philanthropic contributions to the arts, although companies that continued their support are giving a slightly bigger share of their charitable dollars to the arts, a new survey says.
Arts nonprofits losing ground
Faced with dwindling donations and fewer attendees at events, the nonprofit arts sector saw its ‘health and vitality’ slip in 2008, a new index says.
Arts in health care seen yielding benefits
While studies say art programming in health-care settings has benefits, more research is needed to measure potential costs savings, a new report says.
Emerging arts leaders to meet
Young arts leaders from the Piedmont Triad area will meet Oct. 23 in Greensboro to discuss challenges facing the arts community.